WHAT TO SEE IN NOR­FOLK

EDP Norfolk - - Outdoor Cinema -

There’s noth­ing quite like watch­ing a movie un­der the stars – and in Nor­folk this sum­mer, you will be spoilt for choice. Check in­di­vid­ual web­sites for start times, li­cens­ing rules and any age re­stric­tions. The Luna Cin­ema will trans­form the his­toric walled gar­den at Holkham Hall into the ul­ti­mate cine­matic set­tings. On June 29, it will screen Pretty Woman, and June 30, Harry Pot­ter and the Philoso­pher’s Stone. Tick­ets £14.50/£10, thelu­nacin­ema.com. Turn up early to soak up the at­mos­phere at The Creake Abbey Cin­ema Week­end, pre­sented by The Star and Mouse on July 20 – 22. Eat, drink and en­joy live mu­sic be­fore a se­ries of well-loved clas­sics, in­clud­ing

Casino Royale, Moulin Rouge and Break­fast at Tif­fany’s. You can even hire a hot wa­ter bot­tle. Tick­ets, £15, creake­abb­ey­cafe.com; starand­mouse.com The most pop­u­lar ad­di­tion to this year’s pro­gramme is The Great­est Show­man and although many screen­ings are close

to sell­ing out there are still a few tick­ets avail­able, in­clud­ing Sennowe Park near Fak­en­ham on July 29. £20 adults, £15 chil­dren, out­side­live.co.uk Nor­wich’s Cat­ton Park hosts four nights of films with Pop Up Pic­tures from Au­gust 23 – 26, fea­tur­ing The Lion King, Lock, Stock and Two Smok­ing Bar­rels,

The Great­est Show­man and Grease. Pop Up Pic­tures also has a pro­gramme of screen­ings at Frit­ton Lake on the Nor­folk/Suf­folk bor­der from Septem­ber 6 - 8 fea­tur­ing The Great­est Show­man,

Pulp Fic­tion and For­rest Gump. Tick­ets for both venues are £12 adults, £8 chil­dren, face­book.com/ PopUpPic­turesCo One of the most ro­man­tic set­tings is un­doubt­edly Nor­wich’s his­toric

Plan­ta­tion Gar­dens, which has two week­ends of screen­ings, July 19 to 22, and Au­gust 16 to 19. Pre­sented by Cin­ema City, the films in­clude Al­pha Papa, The Great­est Show­man, Top Gun, Monty Python And The Holy Grail, Beauty And The Beast, Ter­mi­na­tor 2: Judge­ment Day and Stand By Me.

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